KONTANE LOGISTICS IN CHARLESTON NAMES NEW COMPANY PRESIDENT, MICHAEL J. STOLARCZYK

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December 21, 2009— Kontane Logistics, an industry leader in Third Party Logistics located at 1000 Charleston Regional Pkwy, is pleased to announce the addition of industry veteran, Michael J. CHARLESTON, S.C.—December Stolarczyk, to its leadership team. Stolarczyk has joined the company as President and will be based in the company’s Charleston, S.C., location. Kontane Logistics currently operates in four locations within North and South Carolina and is a division of Hickory, N.C.,

Port Authority Board Selects Michael J. Stolarczyk as New President and CEO

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TOLEDO, Ohio, March 26, 2009 – The Toledo-Lucas County Port Authority Board of Directors approved a contract with Michael J. Stolarczyk and members of the Board of Directors will be held on Wednesday, April 1, 2009 at 9:30 a.m. Mr. Stolarczyk will begin his employment on April 1, 2009. Stolarczyk, selecting him as the new President and CEO for the Toledo-Lucas County Port Authority at their board meeting held today. A news conference with Michael J.

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Air freight slumps to lowest levels since 2009 recession

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in freight tonne kms year-on-year, according to the latest… The post Air freight slumps to lowest levels since 2009 recession appeared first on 24/7 Customs Broker News. [og_img] Last year saw the worst drop in air cargo volumes for ten years, falling 3.3% Air Cargo Article Brexit Features International logistics Michelle Mooney News customs broker customs clearance freight imports logistics shipping

US PMI drops to lowest level since 2009 as industry output and new orders plummet

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percentage points from March to April, falling to 41.5%, the lowest indicator of manufacturing sector contraction since 2009,… The post US PMI drops to lowest level since 2009 as industry output and new orders plummet appeared first on 24/7 Customs Broker News. Dive Brief: The U.S. PMI contracted 7.6

Baltic Index Records Worst March Since 2009

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The Baltic Exchange’s main sea freight index, tracking rates for ships carrying dry bulk commodities, suffered on Thursday its biggest percentage fall in March since 2009 on weaker demand for capesize vessels. percent this month, its worst performance in March since 2009. The post Baltic Index Records Worst March Since 2009 appeared first on 247 Customs Broker.

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Air freight slumps to lowest levels since 2009 recession – Logistics Manager Magazine

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in freight tonne kms year-on-year, according to the latest… The post Air freight slumps to lowest levels since 2009 recession – Logistics Manager Magazine appeared first on 24/7 Customs Broker News. [og_img] Last year saw the worst drop in air cargo volumes for ten years, falling 3.3%

User Group Summit Europe

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Dynamics 365 Dynamics AX 2009 Dynamics AX 2012 Dynamics AX 2012 R3 Supply Chain TradeshowsWhen: March 27-29, 2019Where: RAI AmsterdamCost: Use our discount code, PRPBH to receive 10% off the current registration fee! User Group Summit Europe What to Expect Looking for the go-to place to learn about Microsoft D365, AX, and CRM? The 2019 User Group Summit Europe is the […].

Must See Summit Europe Sessions for AX and D365 Users

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Advanced Warehousing for AX - AWAX Dynamics 365 Dynamics AX 2009 Dynamics AX 2012 Dynamics AX 2012 R3 Learning Supply Chain TradeshowsUser Group Summit Europe is the go-to place to learn about Microsoft D365, AX, and CRM. This user-centric Summit is your opportunity to learn how to harness the full potential of your Microsoft platform from the pros. Blue Horseshoe’s Microsoft Supply Chain Experts will be at booth […].

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Innovations in driver safety

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Fatal crashes: In 2015, a total of 4,311 large trucks and buses were involved in fatal crashes, an 8% increase from 2014 and a 26% increase from 2009

US Factory Gauge Sinks to 10-Year Low as Employment Wobbles

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The Institute for Supply Management's factory index defied expectations of an increase to slip to its lowest point since summer 2009

XL reaches milestones, readies F-250 plug-in hybrid

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The Boston-based company was founded in 2009 as XL Hybrids As XL continues expanding into the plug-in hybrid market this year, it is also taking time to celebrate the accomplishments of its first decade in business.

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ATA reports mixed June tonnage levels

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annual decline, which represented the largest annual decline going back to 2009 during the Great Recession of 2008-2009, with the caveat that SA tonnage is not falling at the same rate as it was during that period

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Cass Freight Index Report sees more shipment and expenditure declines in January

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January shipments—at 1.022—fell 9.4%, marking its largest annual decline going back to 2009, while also dropping 2.9% compared to December, and January expenditures—at 2.568—fell 8% annually and were down 5.7% compared to January 2019

Kenworth, UPS team up on DOE's Super Truck II project

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Goals for the program include the demonstration of greater than 100% improvement in freight efficiency over 2009 equivalent product and a 55% engine increase in brake thermal efficiency performance

United Fresh updates safety guidelines for tomato suppliers

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These metrics initially were developed in 2009 in a bThe United Fresh Produce Association recently release an updated version of the Food Safety Programs & Auditing Protocol for the fresh tomato supply chain, commonly known as ‘Tomato Metrics.’

April non-manufacturing data sees steep declines, due to COVID-19, reports ISM

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recorded in March 2009 and contracted for the first time since December 2009, halting a 122-month stretch of growth The report’s key indicator, the NMI, fell 10.7% to 41.8 (a a reading of 50 or higher indicates growth is occurring), coming off of March’s 52.5 reading, which stands as the highest reading in the last year. It is the lowest reading since the 40.1

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Trucking by the Numbers 2018: Safety and the roadways

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Fatal crashes involving heavy trucks and buses hit a low in 2009 but are up considerably since, rSafety is everything to a fleet—it's a large part of its reputation and ability to do business, particularly in today's competitive freight environment.

SuperTruck II Program Aims to Improve Efficiency

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The goal for the SuperTruck program include the demonstration of greater than 100% improvement in freight efficiency over 2009 equivalent product, and a 55% engine increase in brake thermal efficiency performance

U.S.-bound shipments begin 2020 with a decline, reports Panjiva

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compared to 2018, marking its worst annual output going back to 2009 January shipments—at 1,026,714—fell 3.6% annually. And containerized freight shipments were off 2.8% annually, with Panjiva noting that it was notable there was a decline even with the earlier timing of the 2019 Lunar New Year. Looking back, for calendar year 2019, total shipments—at 12,243,739—slipped 1.0%

COVID-19 drives down manufacturing output to lowest levels in years, reports ISM

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and is also the lowest reading over the last 12 months and the lowest reading going back to April 2009’s 39.9.The report’s key metric—the PMI—at 41.5 (a a reading of 50 or higher indicates growth)—declined 7.6% from March’s 41.5, falling for the second straight month, which was preceded by two months of growth. The April reading was 7.5% below the 12-month average of 49.0

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U.S.-bound shipments fall again to finish 2019, reports Panjiva

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compared to 2018, marking its worst annual output going back to 2009 December shipments—at 969,53—were off 8.5% annually and fell for the fourth consecutive month, and were down more than November’s 4.2% annual decline. For calendar year 2019, total shipments—at 12,243,739—slipped 1.0%

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Geodis expands its ‘second home market’ with Pekaes takeover

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After a transformation in 2009, it expanded services to include intermodal road-rail transport and sea-air freight forwarding, The post Geodis expands its ‘second home market’ with Pekaes takeover appeared first on The Loadstar.

Banking executive Yair Seroussi joins ZIM as chairman

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Mr Seroussi’s background is largely in banking – he was head of Morgan Stanley Israel between 1993 and 2009, before moving to Bank Hapoalim, Israel’s largest bank, where he was chairman until 2016.

Freight TSI sees mild growth in February, reports BTS

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higher than the low in April 2009, of 94.9.This marks the second consecutive month of growth, with the February reading at 137.2, and it is up 0.1% annually. This is down from annual February spreads of 2.6% in February 2019 and 7.2% in 2018. And February was down 2.8% compared to the all-time high reading of 141.2, which was recorded during August 2019, and 44.6%

US transpacific imports from Asia decline for the first time in a decade

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volume drop and the first overall volume decrease on the route since 2009. In 2009, Asia-US volumes fell by 15.3% Chinese transpacific container shipments to the US declined by over 1m teu last year, representing a 10.8% According to new analysis from Alphaliner, total volumes from Asia to the US fell 2.5%, as surging volumes out of other Asian countries failed to offset the declines from China and Hong Kong. due to.

Eric Erbacher rejoins Chapman Freeborn as Russi Batliwala steps up a rung

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Mr Batliwala joined Chapman Freeborn some 33 years ago, rising to CEO in 2009. Air charter broker Chapman Freeborn has appointed Russi Batliwala as chairman, while former executive Eric Erbacher becomes chief executive.

XL Customers Hit 100 Million Miles in 10 Years

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Founded in 2009, XL recently celebrated its 10th anniversary and has been tracking usage and sustainability metrics on its vehicles with the […]. XL, a provider of vehicle electrification solutions for commercial and municipal fleets, has announced that its customers have cumulatively driven 100 million miles using the company’s hybrid and plug-in hybrid electric drive systems.

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Crash data before and after the Ontario province’s speed limiter mandate

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Detail on a 2017-completed Ontario Ministry of Transport analysis of some crash metrics pre- and post- its 2009 speed limiter mandate. Bottom line: some food for thought as you consider whether to take concerns to your reps with the recent U.S. Senate bill that would mandate a 65-mph speed setting. . Uncategorized accidents advocacy crashes fatalities Ontario safety Senate speed limiters statistics

April truck tonnage drops to lowest level since 1994, reports ATA

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On an annual basis, the April SA reading was off 113%, which ATA said represents the largest annual decline going back to April 2009. The ATA’s advanced seasonally-adjusted (SA) For-Hire Truck Tonnage Index for April—at 104.9 2015=100)— fell 12.2%, following a 0.4% March gain, which was downwardly revised from an initial reading of a 1.2% increase. This came on the heels of a 1.8% February gain over January, which came in at 119.

Q2 GDP reading is a hard story to tell

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And now that presumption has become a reality, with the first quarter advanced estimate GDP tally, which was released today by the United States Department of Commerce, coming in at -4.8%, its lowest reading going back to the Great Recession period of 2008 and 2009 (and well off from the fourth quarter of 2019’s 2.1% It is pretty fair to say that the first quarter United States GDP number was going to be dismal.

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Idle containership fleet set to hit record high of three million teu

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With over 250 sailings already withdrawn in the second quarter, the consultant forecasts that the lay-ups will push the idle fleet to a level twice that seen during the 2009 global financial crisis. “No Idled containership capacity is expected to reach a record high of 3m teu within weeks, in the “worst capacity crisis the industry has ever seen”, according to new data from Alphaliner.

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Fighting warehouse worker fatigue with wearables

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The 2005 Texas City BP oil refinery explosion, the 2009 Colgan Air Crash, the explosion of the space shuttle Challenger and the nuclear accidents at… The post Fighting warehouse worker fatigue with wearables appeared first on 24/7 Customs Broker News.

‘Something’s not right? US H1N1 virus compared with China coronavirus

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Remember the US’s 2009 swine flu pandemic, the one that infected 59m Americans, with 265,000 hospitalised and some 18,500 dead in just one year? Do you remember US borders being closed, whole cities in quarantine, travel bans imposed by foreign governments? So isn’t that an interesting point? OK, this isn’t really freight, but there is a great article on LinkedIn asking why the Chinese have come under such negative scrutiny –. The post ‘Something’s not right?

FT: How Richard Branson changed his mind over government aid

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THE FINANCIAL TIMES reports: At the height of the financial crisis in 2009, billionaire Richard Branson balked at the idea of government intervention to stop companies going bust, proclaiming that weak airlines should be allowed to go to the wall.

VIDEO: How Amware Helped Direct Seller Expand into U.S. Market

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in 2009 looking to expand a successful business. H 2 O at Home is a direct selling company that markets environmentally safe homecare products that allow you to clean using only water – no harmful chemicals. The company was founded in France in 1997 and came to the U.S. When the brand began to take off in the U.S., H 2 O at Home needed a reliable fulfillment partner to help it scale fulfillment operations. Logistics Outsourcing B2C Fulfillment order fulfillment